You can join the TTC and passenger advocacy group, TTCRiders, at the next “Transit Talk” event, next Wednesday, May 15 at the Scarborough Civic Centre. Share your thoughts and opinions about public transit in Toronto with the TTC’s Chief Executive Officer, Andy Byford, and its Chief Customer Officer, Chris Upfold.
TTCriders has been holding talks in each corner of the city, focusing on service issues to give Toronto’s public transit riders a voice.
The event includes a short presentation by TTCriders and then an “open mic” question-and-answer period. Andy Byford and Chris Upfold answer directly to your feedback and comments.
The event takes place:
Wednesday, May 15
From 7 until 9 p.m.
Scarborough Civic Centre,
150 Borough Drive,
Since space is limited, you must register in advance. You can register free of charge at Transit Talk.
The event is accessible and everyone is welcome to attend!
If you can’t make it that evening, send TTCriders your questions in advance to Info@ttcriders.ca. Make sure your e-mail includes the subject line: “TransitTalk”.
You can also participate online through Twitter: #TransitTalk
Getting there by public transit
- The TTC’s 3 Scarborough rapid transit line stops at Scarborough Centre Station, just north of the Scarborough Civic Centre.
- TTC buses operating along the 9 Bellamy, 16 McCowan, 21 Brimley, 38 Highland Creek, 43B Kennedy via Progress, 129 McCowan North, 130 Middlefield, 131 Nugget, 132 Milner, 133 **Neilson, 134 Progress, 169 Huntingwood, 190 Scarborough Centre rocket and 199 Finch rocket routes also stop at Scarborough Centre Station.